5 Questions with graphic & brand designer Liron Ross

I grew up in Tel-Aviv and from a young age, I was really into music & computers. but when I was 13-14 years old, besides staring at death metal album covers and lettering, I was more into playing football than drawing or painting. My parents had nothing to do with art or design and I discovered that’s what I would like to do as a young adult in my twenties. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic & brand designer Liron Ross

5 Questions with brand & UX designer Martijn Brackman

When I was around 9 I started going to art school on Saturdays. Most of the time we were fooling around with charcoal, oil pastels, paint or clay. I remember it being a lot of fun. In college, the bored and rebellious teenager in me quit and from then on I didn’t do much but doodling around in my school books and ColorDRAW. Continue reading 5 Questions with brand & UX designer Martijn Brackman

5 Questions with graphic designer Konrad Sybilski

I’m a graphic designer and art director focused on branding, mostly identity and packaging design, but I’ve got also experience with interactive design. I’m based in Warsaw which I really like and because I am a freelancer I sometimes work at different locations. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Konrad Sybilski

5 Questions with graphic & brand designer Davy Dooms

I’m a freelance graphic designer based in Antwerp, but it all started at a young age. Since I was a 10-year-old kid, I drove every weekend with my BMX bike to the weekend art classes. It was like nothing could stop me from drawing, in those days back in the early eighties I was creatively influenced. At 15, I got pretty bored while studying economics, no surprises there. That’s the moment my parents freaked out because I wanted to go to art school. And I was so happy they agreed after endless talks. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic & brand designer Davy Dooms

5 Questions with illustrator Ellen van Engelen

I studied fashion and painting for a while, but besides an evening class of graphic design, I didn’t finish anything. After school, I started drawing for myself while working different jobs and as I evolved I managed to get more and more illustration jobs. Continue reading 5 Questions with illustrator Ellen van Engelen

5 Questions with graphic designer & illustrator Cristian Eres

I’m an illustrator based in Valencia, Spain. I started creating digital art when I was 15 years old. It was then that I decided to study graphic design at the Art and Design School of Valencia (EASD). Illustration has always been my passion next to graphic design. It was during my education, that I developed my illustration style. I also joined Depthcore and The Luminarium, two art collectives that challenged me to improve my work. I started my first freelance job in 2014, since then I worked with different creative studios and companies around the world. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer & illustrator Cristian Eres

5 Questions with graphic & digital designer Marius Roosendaal

My background is not that spectacular, I studied IT at some point. I have a bachelor of engineering, I liked computers, whaddya gonna do? I had no idea about design and art schools, but I’d like to think it influenced my work for the better. Being mostly self-taught, and not moulded by ‘conventional’ schooling, which might sound crazy from someone from the Netherlands. I liked to draw when I was younger, but once I got my hands on a computer I neglected that for the most part. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic & digital designer Marius Roosendaal

5 Questions with graphic designer & architect Studio Posen

I started out studying architecture and noticed that I had a time-consuming interest/obsession with everything that had to do with graphic design. I loved spending time lay-outing everything. After 5 years of architecture, studying graphic design was the logical decision. Never did I regret it, I feel that I’ve grown so much due to both studies. I just finished my architecture internship at Low Architecten in Antwerp, Belgium.  Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer & architect Studio Posen

5 Questions with illustrator Catherine Cordasco

I’ve always been drawing, playing with colours. I decided to study textile design at the School of Applied Arts. After I graduated I decided I had to discover as many different creative experiences as possible: web, graphic, textile and fashion. However, I always had ‘illustration’ in the back of my mind. Continue reading 5 Questions with illustrator Catherine Cordasco